|Hometown:||South El Monte, Calif.|
|High School:||South El Monte HS|
|Club:||LA Galaxy Youth Academy|
2015 -- Appeared in eight games, making one start in the attacking midfield, logging 208 minutes … posted two assists (two points) on the season … assisted on Jose Hernandez’s second goal in a 4-0 win over San Diego State on October 12 … assisted on Larry Ndjock’s goal in a 4-1 victory over Oregon State on November 6.
2014 -- Appeared in 17 games, making nine starts at midfielder, logging 556 minutes … recorded two assists on the season … assisted on both goals in the regular season finale win over San Diego State on Nov. 16.
2013 -- Appeared off the bench in games against Oregon State (Oct. 25) and San Diego State (Nov. 16) ... recorded two shots on goal vs. Oregon State.
U.S. National Team -- Member of the U.S. U-18 Men's National Team in 2012 ... trained with the U.S. U-18's in January in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and again from March to April in Carson, Calif.
High School/Club -- Attended South El Monte High School (South El Monte, Calif.) for four years (2009-13), earning two varsity letters in soccer ... led the team in goals his freshman year in 2009 ... rated as the No. 9 club player in the country by Top Drawer Soccer ... also ranked No. 13 on College Soccer News's list of Top 150 Recruits for 2013 ... competed for the LA Galaxy Youth Academy Team ... named team captain of both the LA Galaxy U-16 and U-18 squads ... captained the Galaxy to the 2011 U-15/16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy National Championship, scoring the game-winning goal in the Finals ... also won the SoCal Division Championship with the Galaxy U-18's in 2012 ... helped lead LAFC Chelsea to the 2010 U-14 Dallas Cup.
Personal -- Lists his biggest thrill as being able to come play soccer at UCLA ... admires Spanish midfielders Xavi and Andrés Iniesta ... Parents: Martin Raygoza and Irma Munoz ... has one younger brother, Marty ... Full name is William Martin Raygoza ... Born January 20, 1995 ... Chicano Studies major.